Gksraemq Toolbar

Posted: September 15, 2008

Gksraemq Toolbar is a fake security toolbar from the Zlob family created for your Internet Explorer browser. Gksraemq Toolbar may display fake warning alert messages that link to malicious websites that sell rogue anti-spyware programs as legitimate softwares. Gksraemq Toolbar also presents four icons that read: "Remove Popups", "Scan Spyware", "Security Test", and "Spam Protection". All the icons link to rogue websites.

Gksraemq Toolbar may also hijack your homepage and disable some Windows features. Furthermore, Gksraemq Toolbar may randomly display an interstitial page titled: "Insecure Internet Activity - Threat of Virus Attack." The interstitial page provides two choices which are "Get Protection" or "Remain Unprotected", if you decide to click on the "Get Protection" option you'll be redirected to a rogue website that sells fake spyware remover tools.
Moreover, Gksraemq Toolbar may add Gksraemq.dll into your system's registry and show a thin yellow bar on the top of the search results page. Gksraemq Toolbar may cause computer slowdowns and install additional malware in your computer system.

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 gksraemq.dll
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